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  • Justin Palmer | Portfolio

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  • 3Architectural Design

    Sketching / Drawing

    As-built documentation

    Client Renders

    Photography & Marketing

    Doulos Discovery Student Center

    St. Charles Park District Center

    Fox River Valley School

    Urban Visions

    Europe Sketches

    Detail Hand Sketches

    Evanston Morphology

    St. Charles Urban Proposal

    Identity/Branding

    Wayfinding

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    Urban Analysis

    Graphic Design

    Professional

  • 4As-Built DocumentationJob Responsibility

    The firm I worked for (Scott Javore & Associates) works with many clients whose scope of work ranges from new residential, historic preservation, and addition and renovation projects. Before we can work on schematic designs, we need to document the existing conditions to work off for renovation projects. My responsibility was to measure all spaces within the house as well as detail work. After that I had to convert these field measurements into an AutoCAD file that would act as the template for all revisions.

    These next two pages represent one large project and small project.

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    DINING ROOM FAMILY ROOM

    LIVING ROOM

    RECEPTION &GALLERY

    LIBRARY -GUEST ROOM

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  • 5DN 6R@7.9"

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  • 6Client RendersJob Responsibility

    As a final step in the design development phase we put together visual renders for our clients to transform a simple 2D line drawing into an appealing representation of their future dwelling. I take the AutoCAD elevations and tweak them for proper lineweight exporting, add shadows, and reduce clutter. Afterwards I use Photoshop to combine line work, color, and shadow for the final product.

    These next two pages represent the same projects previously and others, one using a Sketchup method for rendering.

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  • 8Photography & MarketingJob Responsibility

    Many of our firms projects are featured in magazines such as LUXE and Trends Magazine. The materials the publishers look for are fully furnished projects that we have done recently. We also present our work to potential clients in the form of brochures which show previous projects in the form of before and afters. It was my job to visit recently finished homes and photograph them for the magazines as well as catalogue other previous work for our brochures.

    While much of the photography was raw, some had to be touched up in Photoshop, while the marketing material was all done in InDesign.

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    Doulos Discovery School Center

    Proposal

    Program Type: Student CenterLocation: Jarabacoa, Dominican RepublicProfessor: Jeremey Lindsey

    Shipping containers composed this project as a requirement by the client. The purpose was to emphasize sustainable resource management by re-using old shipping containers and incorporate them into a desired student center on the Doulos campus.

    Process

    To begin, I broke up the site into three categories | public, private, and communal, emphasized graphically. Since the Center was to embody the entire campus, I wanted to incorporate these characteristics into the context.

    I first began manipulation by dividing, then shifting, and finally defining what would become the public, private, and communal spaces for the Center.

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    Program

    This design is a combination of public, private, and communal spaces. The library addition, black box theater, and student lounge contribute to the public space; the teachers lounge and private offices comprise the private space; and the communal space is made up of outdoor rooftops and gardens.

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    St. Charles Park District Arts CenterProposal

    Program Type: Public Cultural Arts CenterLocation: St. Charles, ILProfessor: Dr. Jhennifer Amundson

    This building type reflects a vernacular touch for St. Charles while researching the works of Leon Krier in Poundbury for inspiration.

    The project started as an urban proposal on an existing brownfield site in St. Charles. We followed this up with a cultural arts center on a designated site within the urban plan.

    Site Development

    The urban design was inspired largely by smart-growth ideology such as New Urbanism. Because of its inherent traditional + vernacular overlay, I designed my cultural arts proposal in a similar fashion in order to fit in with the context.

    As a design theory, I looked into Gottfried Semper and the Four Elements of Architecture for guidance.

    Tools used

    The primary drawings were finished with pencil on vellum at 1/4 scale. The model (right) was crafted from museum board at 1:20 scale. The digital model (next page) was made in Sketchup and edited in Photoshop.

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    Program

    The four quadrants of this building place each craft in their corresponding element, with each space having an architectural representation of their element - for instance, the main entry relates to weaving/air by use of a large open space emphasized in the tower, and reinforced by the floating main staircase suspended on cables. The masons quadrant is primarily finished in stonework and concrete. The metal fabrication quadrant is detailed using iron and other metals reminiscent of the Oxford Natural History Museum. The woodworkers quadrant is refined with natural wood .

  • Semper

    Gottfried Semper theorized that all architecture known to man could be boiled down into four elements - the enclosure, the roof, the mound, and the hearth. This design expounds upon this elemental theory by emphasizing these four elements into their craft. The hearth was created by fire and ceramics, the roof by carpentry, the enclosure through weaving, and the mound upon masonry.

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    Fox River Valley SchoolProposal

    Program Type: K-8 SchoolLocation: Elgin, ILProfessor: Robin Randall

    The challenge for this design of a new school in Elgin focused on the Living Building Challenge - a step above LEED ratings in both sustainable responsibility and implementation.

    My proposal focused on connecting street building river using geometries found in nature.

    Site Relationship

    I began with a figure/ground study of Elgin as it matured from 1887 to the present day. What I noticed was after the local rail line was shutdown the density dropped significantly. I addr